Monday, July 19, 2010

The Monday Funnies

How about a few bad jokes from Pat Hill to get the week started? And a new cartoon by Dave Walker.*

Enjoy your Monday. . .

After examining the paltry tips left by a church group, our waitress wasn't pleased. Looking toward my table, she grumbled, "Those people come in with the Ten Commandments and a ten-dollar bill, and they don't break any of them!"
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Rabbi Mendel was one day walking along a very narrow street, when he came face to face with a rival Rabbi.

The street was too narrow for the two to pass.

The rival, pulling himself up to his full height, said haughtily: "I never make way for fools."
Smiling, Rabbi Mendel stepped aside and said, "That's okay, I always do."
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A hospital posted a notice in the nurses' dining room saying: "Remember, the first five minutes of a human being's life are the most dangerous."

Underneath, someone had written:

"The last five are pretty risky, too."

*Editor's note: The cartoon contains a pretty good hint about why I never post sermons on the blog until after they are given.

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